Fundamental Concepts in Programming Languages

  title={Fundamental Concepts in Programming Languages},
  author={C. Strachey},
  journal={Higher-Order and Symbolic Computation},
  • C. Strachey
  • Published 2000
  • Computer Science
  • Higher-Order and Symbolic Computation
  • This paper forms the substance of a course of lectures given at the International Summer School in Computer Programming at Copenhagen in August, 1967. The lectures were originally given from notes and the paper was written after the course was finished. In spite of this, and only partly because of the shortage of time, the paper still retains many of the shortcomings of a lecture course. The chief of these are an uncertainty of aim—it is never quite clear what sort of audience there will be for… CONTINUE READING
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